The political blocs agreed on Sunday to return the names of the candidates of the Federal Service Council to the government to replace them with others.
“The leaders of the political blocs discussed the laws of the supplementary budget and the Federal Service Council and disagreement on the law of provincial elections.”
He added that “the leaders of the blocs agreed to return the names of candidates of the Federal Service Council to the government to replace them after the rejection of the political blocs to vote for them in the past days,” stressing that “the government will choose new names of the 6,000 candidates for these positions.”
He stressed that “the meeting also discussed the supplementary budget of 25 trillion dinars, where it will be directed to pay the dues of farmers and contractors, who have not received the amounts of projects since 6 years.”
He pointed out that “some blocks refused to allocate amounts of this budget to the citizens of Tuz Khrmatu, which suffer from the political situation, economic and social charged after the destruction of hundreds of buildings and the burning and destruction of thousands of their shops.
“The political blocs discussed the dispute over the law of provincial elections on the issue of Kirkuk elections, where the Arabs and Turkmen felt that Kirkuk has its own election law or return to the law sent by the government to ensure the components there is its natural right.